Jon is a talented Bridge player and a natural teacher, a rare combination indeed!

“I’m delighted Jon is promoting the Andrew Robson approach to Bridge.  We were fortunate to have him teaching at our London club.  His clear and relaxed style is perfect for understanding and enjoying the game.”

Andrew Robson, The Times Bridge Correspondent, Owner of the Andrew Robson Bridge Club, and leading Bridge player-teacher-writer

“You have made learning Bridge possible for me.” [Acol BC class member]

“Jon’s classes at the Acol Bridge Club were fun and his teaching excellent.  He opened up the game of Bridge to his students – they always came back for more!”

Andrew McIntosh, British International and Head of Teaching at the Acol Bridge Club

Players at the club were really sorry to see him go!

“Jon was always in demand when supervising Bridge at the Ace of Clubs.  He made a huge impact in a short space of time.  I would have no hesitation in recommending him to you.”

Neil Rosen, England International and Owner of the Ace of Clubs Bridge Club, North London

“We were lucky to have Jon teach us.” [YCBC class member]

“Jon has been a great asset to us at the Young Chelsea Bridge Club.  His patient and empathetic approach made him popular with the students.  His classes were well taught and enjoyed by all.”

Chris Duckworth, Young Chelsea Bridge Club Teaching Co-ordinator, previously English Bridge Union Education Manager

Jon has the ability to explain Bridge clearly in a relaxed, easy to follow manner.

“Jon taught a large group with me at the London School of Economics.  As a former junior international Bridge player, he has a real understanding of the game.  As a teacher, Jon is both patient and encouraging.”

Bob Rowlands, former British International and established London Bridge player and teacher

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